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Old 05-05-2018, 09:31 PM   #1
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2016 Heritage Glenn272rl. Fridge not working and the receptical in the wall beside the fridge also does not work. the 15amp fuse is good. The breaker is not tripped. We were cooking and had griddle and electric skillet pluged into the one outlet. They both quit working as well as the fridge.
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If you had a griddle AND a skillet operating on one outlet and/or circuit at the same time, I'm pretty sure you've tripped a circuit breaker, as that's quite a load, especially if the fridge was running on electric and on the same circuit.

Other possibility is you tripped the GFCI that protects the outlets. Look for a GFCI outlet in your bathroom. All the other outlets are probably daisy-chained off of it.
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Old 05-05-2018, 10:24 PM   #3
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If you had a griddle AND a skillet operating on one outlet and/or circuit at the same time, I'm pretty sure you've tripped a circuit breaker, as that's quite a load, especially if the fridge was running on electric and on the same circuit.

Other possibility is you tripped the GFCI that protects the outlets. Look for a GFCI outlet in your bathroom. All the other outlets are probably daisy-chained off of it.
x's 2 Check the GFI outlet in the bathroom. Reset if tripped. When you check breakers don't just look. Turn them off then back on.
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I have taken fuse out, and looked at, itís good. I also reset the breaker. Turning off and back on. Also the gfci in bathroom also been reset. Still nothing
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small probability that this will help. there have been many posts about circuit breakers being mislabeled. try resetting all circuit breakers including the main. (flip all the way off and then back on). also, do you have any 110 volt power? you could reset the pedestal (home) circuit breaker also. it would be nice to know if you have 110 volt power into the trailer but just this one circuit not working. does the a/c run?
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I have taken fuse out, and looked at, itís good. I also reset the breaker. Turning off and back on. Also the gfci in bathroom also been reset. Still nothing
fuse is for 12 volts. you have a 120 volt problem.
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fuse is for 12 volts. you have a 120 volt problem.
Reset all the breakers. Not just the labeled one. They are marked wrong very often.
Is the GFI you reset working?
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GFI bad

GFI are notorious for going bad once tripped. I would expect that is your issue.
Have had that problem twice. If you are comfortable pulling the receptacle out and take your multimeter and check to see that you get power through the GFI.
It will appear to reset but doesn't. Or you could just replace it. I'll bet that fixes it.
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You also may have more than one gfci receptacle. It could even be outside the unit.
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You also may have more than one gfci receptacle. It could even be outside the unit.
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